GreenTechnologies, LLC. Recieves SBIR Phase I Award from EPA GreenTechnologies’ Innovative Research Project to Reduce Water Pollution Receives Funding From EPA SBIR Program Gainesville, Florida, September 3, 2015– GreenTechnologies, LLC. is pleased to announce that its research and technology development project for a sustainable nutrient removal, recovery and conversion system has been awarded a Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Phase I Award from the United States Environmental Protection... more...
Entreprenuer Amir Varshovi has built a company that manufactures environmentally friendly fertilizer. The company is expanding and looking to the export market. Varshovi’s company, GreenTechnologies, LLC., has exported over $1,000,000 worth of GreenEdge fertilizer to companies in Ecuador, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean Islands since 2014. Read the full article from the Florida Trend
Gainesville-based GreenTechnologies was recently named one of 50 Florida Companies to Watch by the Florida Economic Gardening Institute at the University of Central Florida. The company makes fertilizer from partially treated sewage and sells it directly to golf courses, large farms and other fertilizer makers as well as to consumers for lawn use through Ace Hardware stores in Florida, Georgia and Alabama under the brand name GreenEdge. Read the Full Article from The Gainesville Sun
Amir Varshovi’s innovative work with local company GreenTechnologies has been recognized by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Varshovi has been named Florida’s 2014 Small Business Person of the Year, putting him in the race for the national title. Read Full Article from The Gainesville Sun
Dr. Amir Varshovi was 18 when he emigrated from Iran with dreams of becoming an American scientist. Varshovi received his Bachelor of Science in chemistry from the University of South Florida, and his master’s and doctoral degrees in the same field from the University of Florida. During his time at UF he also worked as a researcher in the soil and water science department, conducting efficacy studies on commercial fertilizers and their impact on the environment. Read the Full Article from Jacksonville... more...
Amir Varshovi didn’t consider himself a businessman when he was tinkering away in his garage lab trying to find a way to make a fertilizer out of renewable organic products. And he didn’t consider himself a businessman when he drove from Gainesville to Naples to personally deliver his first product order to a golf course. Read the Full Article from Jacksonville Business Journal